~ Sometimes the Simple Questions are the Hardest to Answer ~
Sometimes our “sophistication” stands in the way of our own progress. Sometimes we have a tendency to avoid the simple, but hard, questions.
The following is an excerpt from a book.
From the beginning man has sought to comprehend his physical environment. Physical light is critical to life on earth and to all scientific understanding. Today we know so much more than in the past. Scientific knowledge is growing at exponential rates. Even with all the modern advances there are many unanswered questions. For example, consider all the unanswered questions about the human body, disease, and how to cure diseases, extend life, and so forth.
From the beginning man has also asked basic questions. Why am I here? Is there more to life than meets the eye? What happens when I die? Is there more after death? The new life found in the Son of God is the critical ingredient in understanding our existence and the existence of this vast universe.
~ from “GOD LIGHT: Sunlight - Sonlight, pg 35 (ISBN: 0-7414-7553-7)
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~ Robert Lloyd Russell, ABUNDANT LIFE NOW
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